The Iconic Photo of D-Day
In this video clip view Robert Capa's LIFE photos of the invasion of Normandy and a lone soldier near the beach. These photos are icons of WWII, and were almost destroyed. (4:56)
March of TIME: FDR in 1936
In this excerpt from the March of TIME Archives, the 1936 newsreel recaps the first four years of the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. (2:58)
Cómo es el curso de un río - en español
Con este vídeo podrás ver de manera fácil y sencilla las partes del río,
así como la influencia que tiene sobre el entorno por el que discurre. (2:10)
West Point Military Academy
In this news clip video from 1942, cadets of the United States Military Academy assemble for their first graduation of World War II. In this time in history, for the first time in all the 140-year tradition of West Point, cadets go directly into the Air Corps. (9:43)
20th Century Battlefields: 1918 Western Front
In a last bid for victory before American troops can tip the balance, the Germans stage a massive blitzkrieg-like attack against the British lines. In this video clip, learn more about World War I and the German military offenses. (3:30)
Beginning of World War I
In 1914, European countries were having a rise in nationalism and militarism which led to an arms race. Then, the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand led to the start of World War I. Learn more about the beginning of the war in Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery." (3:00)
In this video segment from WILD TV, learn about the Florida Everglades, a giant wetland that is the habitat of many different species of animals. One of the animals featured in the video is the pig frog, named for the sound they make which is similar to a pig’s grunt. They contribute substantially to the ecosystem of the Everglades. Their permeable skin helps reflect toxins in the ecosystem. Scientists are studying pig frogs because they believe the frogs act as indicators of the heal
Beginner - Do you love me? Love, a powerful emotion that a lot of us get to feel. However, the question that often occurs in our minds is whether he or she loves me back? Today you will learn you how to find out if that is the case, and also how to confirm your love for somebody.
Love, a powerful emotion that a lot of us get to feel. However, the question that often occurs in our minds is whether he or she loves me back? Today you will learn you how to find out if that is the case, and also how to confirm your love for somebody.
Lesson #067, Tuesday quel = comes before most masculine singular nouns that begin with a consonant. The exception is those masculine nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant. Quel ragazzo viene sempre in ritardo. = That boy always comes late. quello = comes before a masculine singular nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant. Compriamo quello specchio. = Let's buy that mirror. quell' = comes before all masculine singular nouns beginning with a vo
quel = comes before most masculine singular nouns that begin with a consonant. The exception is those masculine nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant.
Quel ragazzo viene sempre in ritardo. = That boy always comes late.
quello = comes before a masculine singular nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant.
Compriamo quello specchio. = Let's buy that mirror.
quell' = comes before all masculine singular nouns beginning with a vo
Advanced Audio Blog S5 #6 - Top 10 Japanese Foods: Sushi
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Now that you are in Japan, there is one thing you are ready to do: eat some authentic Japanese sushi. But where do you begin? The dishes on the menu all seem so different from the so-called Japanese sushi you’ve tried back home. Fortunately, your appetite has no limit, so you [...]
Top 25 Spanish Questions You Need to Know #12 - When is your birthday? in Spanish
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! After getting a taste for the local cuisine at the party, you decided to head to a Spanish restaurant with a new friend. After a while you notice a group of people singing in Spanish at a nearby table. Your friend explains that it is a birthday party. You’re hoping there’s [...]
Left Forum 2012: Michael Moore, with Richard Wolff
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Thomas Edison and the Electric Light
When Thomas Edison sought to perfect the electric light, he had to create a complete electrical system to make it practical. In this video clip, learn more about Thomas Edison and the electric light. (3:49)
Our National Tree
Find out the reason that the oak tree was chosen in this announcement video. (01:00)
Series of Videos on How to Plant a Tree
These four videos show and explain how to plant a tree based on what form they come in such as covered in burlap, bare root, or container. A good video for Arbor Day.
Face Off: Short -a- & Short -o-
The Electric Company and the Pranksters face off using letter sounds. Who will win? The goals for this segment are vowel sounds short -a- and short -o-. (1min)
The Iconic Photo of Iwo Jima
When AP photographer Joe Rosenthal watched marines hoisting the flag on Iwo Jima in 1945, he wasn't sure he got the shot. It turned out to be the most famous photograph from WWII. In this video clip, learn more about this famous World War II photograph. (6:36)
The Attack on Pearl Harbor
This 1942 newsreel shows the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and the S.S. Normandie fire at a New York City pier (from the Prelinger Archive, Libary of Congress). (9:36)
Politics, Presidents and Midterms
In this video clip, senior political analyst Mark Halperin looks back at TIME's coverage of previous midterm elections and their impact on the presidents in office. (2:52)